A Gentleman in Moscow - Book 3: “Adjustments” — “Addendum” Summary & Analysis

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In the chapter “Adjustments,” the Count found Sofia unsettlingly quiet. Even though he counted himself as a seasoned conversationalist, the Count could find little to talk to the girl about. He felt that even though she was tiny, she had changed the dimensions of the room and seemed to always be where he needed to be. He came to the unsettling realization that he had become settled in his ways.

Sofia brought to him an envelope that had been slipped under his door. He had settled her in to look at a picture book and was in the process of washing up for the day when she came to him telling him she was done looking at the book and bringing the envelope.

When the clock finally chimed noon, the Count was happy with the chance to take Sofia downstairs for lunch...

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